June 4, 2004 RSS feed / Columnists

From the

Editor

If Borough President Helen Marshall and Community Superintendent Kathleen Cashin have their way, MS 180 in Rockaway Beach may morph in two years not only into a school for gifted students, but into a laboratory school for young teachers as well. More...

The Inner Voice

Spring has arrived. All the flowers are blooming, and despite the harsh winter we had, most of the plants in my garden survived. I try to enjoy each present moment of flowers in bloom. More...

MovieScope By Robert Snyder

Troy

Once upon a time, Brad Pitt resembled a young Robert Redford More...

On The Beach

With Beverly Baxter

After a cruel winter, the Memorial Day weekend was the much welcomed commencement of the "fun in the sun" season. More...

The Progressive By John Paul Culotta

There are some conservative writers, pundits, and talk radio hosts who contend opponents of the Bush administration polices do not deal with facts, but with distortions of the president More...

Beachcomber

Mark your calendar for June 16 and the Rockaway Museum More...

Broad Channel Bits

With a bit of variable weather preceding it, June quietly tiptoed in. Can you believe it? School will soon be finished and a lot of happy kids will be free of their books for the summer! More...

From The Artists Studio

Rockaway Artists Alliance

"Dialogue with Nature: Visual and Literary Expressions" is an exhibition of artworks of all media exploring any relationship between the artist and nature. More...

Historical Views of the Rockaways

From The Rockaway Museum

To Do This At Rockaway More...

Notes from the High C’s

Rockaway Music and Arts Council
Sharon Gabriel

Both Shirley and I have contributed to the "High C More...

School Scope

A disaster movie has struck New York. It is non-fiction but still has lots of drama and intrigue. More...

Simon says...

From the Desk of Lew M. Simon, Democratic District Leader, 23rd A.D. Part B

With the weather being so hot lately we all seem to get angry more and more over the astronomical price of gasoline. All of us who own cars have become spoiled and accustomed to having transportation right here and now. More...


Email Us
Contact Us

Copyright 1999 - 2014 Wave Publishing Co. All Rights Reserved

Neighborhoods | History